Economics with a concentration in Business (A.A.)
About the Program
Completion of the Economics curriculum meets the general education requirements at all Idaho public universities. Students choosing this major will understand and apply analytical and disciplinary concepts and methods related to business and economics. They will learn to communicate effectively, use effective teamwork and collaboration skills, and solve problems related to business and economics.
CSI Contact: Brett Thompson [email protected] 208.732.6856
FALL SEMESTER FRESHMAN YEAR complete the following 5 requirements3 - 17 creditsFALL SEMESTER FRESHMAN YEARBUSA215 - Information Science/Data Management3 creditsECON201 - Principles of Macroeconomics3 creditsENGL101 - Writing and Rhetoric I3 creditsGNED101 - Introduction to General Education3 creditsMathMATH160 - Survey of Calculus4 creditsMATH170 - Calculus 15 credits
SPRING SEMESTER FRESHMAN YEAR take the following courses, take 3-18 credits3 - 18 creditsSPRING SEMESTER FRESHMAN YEARCOMM101 - Fundamentals of Oral Communication3 creditsENGL102 - Writing and Rhetoric II3 creditsECON202 - Principles of Microeconomics3 creditsPOLS101 - American National Government3 creditsSCIGGE - Any Gen. Ed. Science Course4 creditsWELL100 - Wellness Sandbox1 credit
FALL SEMESTER SOPHOMORE YEAR complete the following 5 requirements3 - 15 creditsFALL SEMESTER SOPHOMORE YEARACCT201 - Intro to Financial Accounting3 creditsBUSA201 - Business Communications3 creditsBUSA207 - Bus Statistics for Decision Makng 13 creditsECON296 - International Economics3 creditsChoose 1 from the following:PHIL101 - Introduction to Philosophy3 creditsPHIL103 - Introduction to Ethics3 credits
SPRING SEMESTER SOPHOMORE YEAR take the following courses, take 3-16 credits3 - 16 creditsHumanities courses must be from 2 different disciplines. Science courses must be from 2 different disciplines.ACCT202 - Intro to Managerial Accounting3 creditsBUSA208 - Bus Statistics for Decision Makng 23 creditsBUSA265 - Legal Environment3 creditsHUMAGE2 - Any 2nd Gen Ed Humanities Course3 creditsSCIGGE2 - Any 2nd Gen. Ed. Science Course4 credits
* Please note that you must meet with an advisor each semester in order to verify degree completion time as well as online course offerings for the program requirements.